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‘Lady Bird’ just as likeable as you’ve heard

7/10 Lady Bird was at one point the best reviewed movie in Rotten Tomatoes history, and that’s a badge it can weir without deceit. This is without a doubt one of the most universally likeable, inoffensive movies, one of the … Continue reading

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‘Sacred Deer’ a step down, but still Yorgos

8/10 The Killing of a Sacred Deer is one of those mysteries that’s coy about major plot elements, so consider this entire review marked for mild spoilers *** Martin (Barry Keoghan), high school student aspiring to become a medical professional, … Continue reading

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Cannes champ ‘The Square’ a mass-appealing delight

9/10 The Square might just be the most broadly appealing film you’ve never heard of. In Stockholm, museum curator Christian (Claes Bang) hires a public relations team to build press for a new exhibit called The Square, and chaos ensues. … Continue reading

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I’m not in love with ‘Coco’

6/10 I wouldn’t call Coco a misstep or an unwanted hug, but it’s not a very strong film. In the fictional Santa Cecilia, Mexico, the Riveras are a family of renowned cobblers going all the way back to Mamá Imelda … Continue reading

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‘Justice Leauge’ is one of the worst movies I have ever seen

1/10 “You smell good.” Justice League is one of the most pathetic, bafflingly awful attempts at putting together a film in cinematic history. It is a slapdash mess of stupid editing decisions, poorly thought out plotlines, half-finished special effects and … Continue reading

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